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CUL-DAR64.1    Note:    1841.00.00--1881.00.00   [All of DAR64.1 in one sequence of 126 images]   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.1    Note:    1841.08.00--1841.09.00   Formation of Mould / The sinking of cinders with burnt marl argument for   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.10    Note:    1874.11.27   In bed of sifted cinders strewed all over bottom of a cold frame for   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.11    Note:    1877.03.02   In Sand-walk 2 great heaps long left to decay were removed some months   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.12    Note:    1877.12.15--1877.12.18   Sandwalk pot of red argilaceous sand several worms at depth of 30 1/2   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.13    Note:    [1880].06.24--[1880].08.06   Worms - Second Pots[?]   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.14    Note:    [1880.00.00]   Smell - soaked cotton wool in strong tobacco juice & held close to 2   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.15    Note:    [1880].09.09--[1880].09.28   Power of Smell (see former notes)   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.16-20    Note:    [1880].07.21--[1880].08.11   Tried breathing gently on worms with mans breath & with cotton wool with   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.2    Note:    1871.11.14   The white sand in Gower St thrown up on bare garden ground - in wood of   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.21-22    Note:    [1880].07.26--[1880].08.07   Saliva - Bell-glass - Lime & Elm Leaf dark green - Beech - small   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.23    Note:    [1880].07.27   Vision on 2 or 3 ocasions out of very numerous trials when I suddenly   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.24    Note:    [1880].07.29--[1880].09.15   Meat / In Pot 2 for many hours 1 worm had almost buried in cut end of raw   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.25    Note:    [1880].07.31--[1880].08.31   Music / 2d Pot (2 worms out) on Pianoforte - Emma struc[k] C below   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.26-27    Note:    1880.08.27   Ivy Leaf / Looked at the track with reflected light with 4 & 5 HK but 4   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.28-33    Note:    [1880].09.01--[1880].09.05   Trypsin on leaves [together with Thymol]   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.3    Note:    1871.11.21   There were not so much reiterated casting up of the same earth as I   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.34-35    Correspondence:   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert  1880.09.04   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.36-37    Correspondence:   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert  1880.09.09--1880.09.12   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.38-39    Note:    1880.09.11--1880.09.13   Trypsin / At 4h 30 p.m put leaves in Sol of Trypsin without Thymol   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.4    Note:    1871.12.26   At Maer cinders very scattered but I had 1 1/2 inch of fine fully sifted   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.40    Note:    [1880].09.13   Trypsin - Leaves taken out S[e]p[tember] 13 11 to 11.30 a.m   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.41    Note:    1880.09.15   Worms / Lime leaf from worms burrow - The guard cells of the stomata at   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.42    Note:    1880.09.21   12h 30 pounded with heavy spade & drove it into turf & then rocked it in   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.43-45    Note:    [1880].09.22--[1880].09.24   Worms / specimen almost decolorised in alcohol   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.46    Note:    1880.09.24--1880.10.24   jumbled[?] 14 leaves of various kinds which had been dragged by tips into   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.47    Note:    1880.09.24   I judge that worms fear from comparison with higher animals; as a friend   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.48-49    Note:    1880.09.00--1880.10.00   3 slips of red and common cabbage in both Pots   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.48r    Correspondence:   (University College Hospital) to [Darwin Charles Robert?]  [ny].05.06   invitation card (printed)   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.49r    Correspondence:   (Sir Josiah Mason's Science College) to Darwin Charles Robert  1880.10.01   invitation card (printed)   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.5    Note:    1871.08.07--1871.08.20   Worms / After longish interval when there were no castings in open places   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.50    Note:    1880.10.03--1880.10.10   ordinarily worms do not leave altogether holes (except sick ones)   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.51    Note:    1880.10.15   Worms / (not on Heaths) / On Keston Common in the triangle between the   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.52    Note:    1880.10.16   picked up Maple leaf which had been dragged into hole & terminal part   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.53    Note:    [1880].10.21   Burdock leaf eaten / This is abstract of some other paper   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.54    Note:    1880.10.23   Coloured lights / Before [illegible] day & night - do not come out if Lamp   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.55    Note:    [1880.00.00]   Hoffmeister / Light / a great abstract - "grest sensitivenes to light"   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.56    Note:    [1880].10.24   Last night light frost & day previous 24h very much rain - yesterday   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.57-60    Note:    1880.11.04--1880.11.10   3 Tame Worms / In Pot 1 sand with some bits of Verandah Tiles lately   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.6    Note:    1872.01.19   In bottom of valley beyond Stony F[ield] (where many measurements first   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.61    Note:    [1880].11.06--[1880].11.07   tried 5 castings new[?] & old from bottom of chalk valley - some quite   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.62    Note:    1880.11.08   Last night rain after many dry & cold days & this morning I saw very   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.63    Note:    1880.11.15   After very rainy night tracked very large worm in serpentine course for   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.64    Note:    1880.11.17   I have tried a large number of leaves dragged naturally into holes -   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.65-70    Note:    1880.11.17--1880.11.26   Calc[areous] glands / (1) worms; 2 glands on each side - when whole   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.7    Note:    1872.01.29   The great majority of castings on Lawn are dark but occasionally   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.71    Note:    1880.11.19   Saw worm sucking end of raw meat into mouth & tugging at it over & over   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.72    Note:    1880.11.18   Last night I put bits of raw fat through pins & this morning in Pot III &   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.73    Note:    1880.11.27--1880.12.22   Celery leaf dragged into hole & quite moist apparently very lately   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.74    Note:    1880.12.01--1880.12.02   F[rank] made section of Post[erior] glands after being hardened in   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.75    Note:    1880.12.02   Last night a great deal of rain & worms have been crawling about but not   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.76    Note:    [1880].12.03   I found a grass leaf - still attached to root drawn into hole by tip &   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.77    Note:    1880.12.20   Worms now now extremely active. On common where Heath gorze coarse grass   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.78    Note:    1880.12.20   F[rank] has made section of anterior glands & these are certainly   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.79    Note:    1880.12.23   Mild weather - much rain lately walk all wet - many worm tracks -   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.8    Note:    1872.02.03   What can worms live on as they frequent earth under paving stones or   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.80    Note:    1881.01.03   Worms out last night crawling along walks - mild weather walk wet   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.81    Note:    1881.01.20   Two Carb[?][onaceous?] concretions in castings from Beaulieu & some from   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.82    Note:    1881.01.20   Worms from flower pots in study - 2 cases in which anterior pair of   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.83    Note:    1881.01.29   When the ant[erior] calc[areous] gland is constantly filled with a   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.84    Note:    1881.02.04--1881.02.05   Worms have been crawling about after heavy rain / many worms have crawled   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.85    Note:    [Undated]   [diagram of portion of worm]   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.86    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Arch Zool Exper' 1878: 395   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.87    Note:    [Undated]   When cells nucleus has filled itself with some secretion or excretion &   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.88    Note:    [Undated]   Is it known whether the digestive power of pancreatic ferment is   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.89    Note:    [Undated]   Is the digestive power of the pancreatic ferment increased or decreased   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.9    Note:    1872.02.03   In garden-earth often dug many worms & few castings & now I have   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.90    Abstract:    [Undated]   Foster M `Textbook of Physiology' 1878: 183-203, 243   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.91    Note:    [Undated]   I ought to calculate average amount in [illegible] from some of the Male[?]   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.92    Note:    [Undated]   Habits / Castings are especially abundant on commons   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.93    Note:    [Undated]   found the earth in the intestinal canal praesepe cum lapillis commixtum   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.94    Note:    [Undated]   Sand thrice tried - only one cabbage onion remained & on the latter   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.95    Note:    [Undated]   Sand-Pot / Cabbage fresh & decayed - discovered & removed after 48 hr in   Image
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CUL-DAR64.1.96    Abstract:    [Undated]   Bridgman W.K `Zoologist' 7 1849: 2576   Image
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